MAT for Golfers
The golf swing is a highly complex movement. It involves every joint in the human body. The ability to accelerate then decelerate has to be not only powerful, but also precise and consistent. Over time, diminished neuromuscular integrity can lead to pain and injury. MAT can help.
MAT for Swimmers
Given the nature of the sport, swimmers are very prone to overuse injuries especially in the back, neck, and shoulder. We have had great success working with swimmers, helping them get back in the pool, and doing what they love without pain.
MAT for Tennis Players
Tennis involves a great deal of lateral movement, rapid acceleration/deceleration, over head arm motion, and trunk rotation. All of this can lead to various overuse injuries. Learn how MAT can help.
MAT for Runners
Running is a series of interrelated joints all working together to create motion. If the body senses instability or weakness, it tightens up to protect creating compensation. MAT helps to restore strength and stability, maximizing efficiency.
Peyton Manning and MAT
While Manning would pay every week to fly in Greg Roskopf, a Denver-based specialist in cutting-edge Muscle Activation Techniques—finding muscles that have been traumatized or strained and strengthening other muscles to compensate.
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MAT for baseball
Want to know how the pros train? Check out this video which showcases the Yankees' Mark Teixeira and his MAT routine.
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MAT for athletic scholarships
When Student Athletes are eligible to earn scholarships, Activation Fitness helps you learn how to maximize your chances; while avoiding chronic, long-term sports-related injuries.
MAT for Dr. Kimberly Busch
Each time Kimberly met with Steve Dam, she noticed dramatic results reactivating weak muscles and opening up limited joint movements. Learn how MAT opened Dr. Busch's eyes to the benefits of MAT..
Contact Steve Dam today to schedule your free consultation by phoning: (847) 730-5531.